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Medicare inpatients switched to observation status were deprived of due process
Hospital utilization review staff changes based on mandatory CMS standards, without there being a mechanism to challenge such decisions, constituted a deprivation of a property interest in Medicare...
Drug manufacturer entitled to retroactive adjustment of rebates it paid to states
The Medicaid Drug Rebate Program in effect during the relevant period should have been construed by CMS to treat duplicate drugs subject to the lower rebate rate.
Doctor’s false certification of medical necessity supports FCA claim
Congress never imposed the "objective falsity" requirement that the lower court imposed on the whistleblower’s FCA claim.
Non-compliance with CMS national coverage determination grounds for FCA liability
An NCD is not merely a guideline, but rather the basis for determination of Medicare coverage for a procedure.
Clinic’s interpretation of CPT® code submitted for glaucoma tests fails
An ophthalmology clinic violated the False Claims Act when it intentionally billed Medicare for procedures to detect glaucoma it did not render by using the code for measuring aqueous outflow...